About The Race
(2013 Giro d'Italia champion Vincenzo Nibali - Sirotti)
This year’s Giro d’Italia sets the stage for an epic showdown between the last two Tour de France champions, Bradley Wiggins and Cadel Evans, as well as defending champion Ryder Hesjedal and home favourite Vincenzo Nibali.
SBS will broadcast daily highlights at 6:00pm, plus show eight key stages live on SBS TWO and online right here at Cycling Central.
For live broadcast:
Stage 8 - 11:05 pm Saturday, 11 May
Stage 9 - 10:45 pm Sunday, 12 May
Stage 14 - 11:00 pm Saturday, 18 May
Stage 15 - 10:45 pm Sunday, 19 May
Stage 18 - 11:05 pm Thursday, 23 May
Stage 19 - 11:10 pm Friday, 24 May
Stage 20 - 11:00 pm Saturday, 25 May
Stage 21 - 10:50 pm Sunday, 26 May
Cadel Evans will put his full focus toward the Giro d'Italia in 2014, in what could be the last Grand Tour outing of his career. The Australian has boldly decided to skip the Tour de France in a bid to enhance his chances of taking out the prestigious Italian event, which will start in Belfast, Northern Ireland next year.